Hostels and Bunkhouses in Aberdeenshire

Soprano Hostel, Aberdeen
Wifi / broadband

Soprano Hostel    Aberdeen

Located outside the train and bus station, bars and restaurants. Quality hostel for International travellers. Run by Aberdeen International language Exchange.

Citi Hostel, Aberdeen
No pets

Citi Hostel    Aberdeen

Citi Hostel Aberdeen has been fully refurbished in 2018 every room in our hostel is en-suite, our bedding and towels are professionally laundered for your comfort. Our historic listed building dates back to 1879 with beautiful period features alongside some more modern updates!

Our friendly team are available around the clock to answer your questions in person or by phone, or email at our 24 hour reception. Cook up a storm in our brand new state of the art shared kitchen. Dine comfortably in our dining room and lounge.

Aberdeen YHA, Aberdeen

Aberdeen YHA    Aberdeen

Newly renovated Aberdeen Youth Hostel is located in a quiet residential area on the west side of the Granite City, within walking distance of the city centre and its many attractions.

With its striking architecture and rich history, Aberdeen has something for everyone. The city centre is packed with cafes, restaurants, bars and nightlife. Visit the Maritime Museum, St Machar's Cathedral, The Satrosphere Science Centre and Aberdeen Art Gallery if you’re interested in the history and culture of the Granite City, while the more adventurous can take to the waves on a boat trip to visit the dolphins that skirt the fringes of the busy harbour.

Highlander Bunkhouse, Huntly
No pets Wifi / broadband

Highlander Bunkhouse    Huntly

Located in the heart of Castle Country and ideally located for the Whiskey Trail, the Bunkhouse is a Four Star Rated Hostel attached to the Gordon Arms Hotel,a listed building in the conservation square of Huntly. An ideal touring and walking centre with Aberdeen, Inverness, the Moray Coast and the Cairngorms all within easy reach.

Huntly is a traditional market town with its own unique history including being the place where the Gordon Highlanders regiment was raised by Duchess Jean Gordon. Huntly Castle, traditional home of the Gordon Clan, is open daily and throughout the year.

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